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Townhouse and Single Family Home in New Westminster
A family-oriented development of 170 townhouses and duplexes in Queensborough’s historic district. These houses, which are tastefully built, take inspiration from the neighborhood’s industrial history and waterfront location, and provide a range of family-friendly living alternatives. Residents will benefit from close access to the Queensborough Perimeter Trail, an on-site public childcare, and spectacular views of downtown New Westminster.
A neighborhood brimming with natural beauty and open space located at New Westminster. A riverside promenade and flowing water promote an active, outdoorsy lifestyle thanks to Anthem. You may walk, bike, or sail to stores and restaurants; the Q to Q Ferry connects you in five minutes to River Market and downtown New Westminster. Your days will be brimming with vitality thanks to the bustling boardwalk and park on-site.
Queensborough is a historically rural, industrial, and varied district of New Westminster, situated on the extreme north-east corner of Lulu Island. Connected to New Westminster through the Queensborough Bridge, New West’s southernmost community is bounded on the north by the Fraser River’s north arm, on the east by Salter Street, on the south by South Dyke Road and the Annacis Channel, and on the west by Boundary Road.
Residents of Queensborough can easily reach the 22nd Skytrain Station in downtown Vancouver owing to the TransLink bus service that runs through the neighborhood. Highway 91A, also known as the Queensborough Connector, connects Richmond, the United States border, Burnaby, and Vancouver for automobiles that need to go from one area to another.
Queen Elizabeth Elementary School, which serves students in kindergarten through fourth grade, is a local educational option. Queensborough Middle School, which serves students in grades 5 to 8, is nearby. Both schools are a part of the New Westminster School District 40, which is committed to educating students for their futures.
The Port Royal portion of Queensborough, on the north-east point, has a masterplanned neighborhood, marina, and new waterfront apartment buildings. Queensborough has a substantial traditional Indo-Canadian population, as well as established Japanese, Chinese, Italian, Greek, and Slovakian families. Queensborough now has Walmart, Canadian Tire, and a Lowe’s Home Improvement Centre, the first in BC.
Master bedrooms are transformed into sanctuaries with vaulted ceilings, expansive walk-in closets, and his-and-her vanities. Blinds for windows enable you to achieve the ideal blend of natural light, views, and seclusion.
Patios and balconies increase your living area outside for summer barbecues and entertainment. After a busy day, soaker tubs and hand-held shower wands feel wonderful. French-door refrigerators, pantries, and double-bowl sinks streamline meal preparation. Two-car garages, main-floor bath rooms, and durable laminate flooring are all necessary features for a busy family.